|IUMA: Hadassah Wax|
hadassah wax...what the hell is hadassah wax. we're like indiana weather: "if you don't like it, wait five minutes." listen if you have an open mind and are willing to travel thru thirty different genres of music within a short time...occasionally within the same song.... the difference between our band and a lot of the other bands local to this area...would be our um...diverse musical influences.....
Keywords: Hadassah Wax
|Sarah Kappelman Harris 24-05-2002 Weaving Women's Words - Jewish Women's Archive|
Oral historian Jean Freedman interviewed Sarah Harris on May 24, 2002 in Baltimore, Maryland as part of the Jewish Women's Archive "Weaving Women's Words" project. Sarah Kappelman Harris divides her life into three parts: her family, her work with Hadassah, and her work with HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society). Born in 1910 to Russian immigrant parents and raised as an Orthodox Jew, Sarah attended Goucher College, graduating with a degree in Romance Languages in 1930...
Keywords: Immigration; Motherhood; HIAS; Hadassah
|Nina Lederkremer 24-May-2001 Weaving Women's Words - Jewish Women's Archive|
Oral historian Jean Freedman interviewed Nina Lederkremer on May 24, 2001 in Baltimore, Maryland as part of the Jewish Womenâs Archive "Weaving Women's Words" project. Nina Lederkremer's personal and professional lives were characterized by courage and resilience. Born in 1920 into a comfortable family in Poland, Nina's life was torn apart when the Nazis invaded. She escaped by fleeing to Russia and then to Asia, ending up in a displaced persons camp after the war...
Keywords: Immigration; holocaust; education; Hadassah
|Preliminary geotechnical studies and "premium" foundation costs, Arlington/hadassah project, Boston, Massachusetts - Haley & Aldrich|
...presents the results of an evaluation of the geotechnical aspects of designing and constructing the proposed Gallery on the Garden in the Park Plaza urban renewal area; describes the site conditions, anticipated subsurface conditions, groundwater levels, foundation requirements, costs, etc.; this item was in the BRA collection..
Keywords: Arlington / Hadassah Parcel, Boston (Mass.); Foundations; Groundwater; Soils
|Martin, Hadassah and Jello Feet - Tony Hayling|
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Keywords: Esther; Martin; Luther; Hadassah; clay feet; God; Christ; salvation; deliverance; evil one; evil; just; justice
|Arlington/Hadassah parcel: development and design guidelines - Boston Redevelopment Authority|
...a developers' kit seeking proposals for a mixed use (condominiums, commercial, parking) development project in downtown Boston's Park Plaza urban renewal area on a parcel facing the Boston Garden; includes procedures for developer designation, submission requirements, development concept and guidelines, urban design guidelines, pro formas, and a blank form "Redeveloper's Statement for Public Disclosure, Qualifications, and Financial Responsibility"; copies of this item were in the BRA collect...
Keywords: Arlington / Hadassah Parcel, Boston (Mass.); Condominiums; Developers' Kit; Development Projects; Downtown, Boston (Mass.); Park Plaza, Boston (Mass.); Park Square, Boston (Mass.); City planning; Urban renewal
|Park plaza urban renewal area: development analysis of Arlington-hadassah parcel - Boston Redevelopment Authority|
...examines the Arlington-Hadassah parcel in downtown Boston's Park Plaza urban renewal area to identify existing conditions, determine the parcel's development potential (given various applicable restrictions), provide information to prepare a developer's kit and evaluate development proposals; includes staff recommendations; also includes information sheets for each existing building, with photograph, giving such data as parcel number, address, name of building, owner, lot area, assessed value...
Keywords: Arlington / Hadassah Parcel, Boston (Mass.); Buildings; Dates of Construction; Development Projects; Downtown, Boston (Mass.); Park Plaza, Boston (Mass.); Park Square, Boston (Mass.); City planning; Urban renewal
|The gallery on the garden: appraisal of land costs and condominium market study - Minot, DeBlois and Maddison, Inc|
...includes a summary of findings for the luxury residential condominium component for the contemplated mix-use Gallery on the Garden project proposed for the Park Plaza urban renewal area opposite the Boston Public Garden; also included is the mixed-use anticipated for the Gallery on the Garden (retail, office, residential condominium and parking elements); a copy of this item was in the BRA collection..
Keywords: Arlington / Hadassah Parcel, Park Plaza Urban Renewal Project, Boston (Mass.); Condominiums; Development Projects; Gallery on the Garden, Boston (Mass.); Park Plaza Urban Renewal Project, Boston (Mass.)
|The gallery on the garden - Macomber Development Associates|
...the company's presentation to the Boston Redevelopment Authority of it's mixed use (condominiums, office, and retail space) development project for the Arlington / Hadassah parcel in downtown Boston's Park Plaza Urban Renewal Area opposite the Public Garden; describes the project, it's financing, the developer's qualifications with examples of relevant past experience, etc.; includes Redeveloper's Statement for Public Disclosure, qualifications and financial responsibility, and lending instit...
Keywords: Arlington / Hadassah Parcel, Park Plaza Urban Renewal Project, Boston (Mass.); Condominiums; Development Projects; Gallery on the Garden, Boston (Mass.); Macomber Development Associates; Office buildings; Park Plaza Urban Renewal Project, Boston (Mass.); Retail Space
|The gallery on the garden / consideration of existing structure - Macumber Development Associates|
...this item considers incorporating the existing building at 250 Boylston Street (the Bradley Building) Opposite the Public Garden, into the firm's proposed mixed use (condominiums, office and retail space) development projefct rather than tearing it down; includes floor plans, artist redenderings, cost estimates, pro formas, design considerations, etc.; also includes a report on foundation and underground conditions relating to this proposal..
Keywords: Arlington / Hadassah Parcel, Park Plaza Urban Renewal Project, Boston (Mass.); Building Reuse; Condominiums; Development Projects; Foundations; Gallery on the Garden, Boston (Mass.); Office buildings; Park Plaza Urban Renewal Project, Boston (Mass.); Retail Space
|Boston hotel at the garden - Boston Plaza Hotel Associates|
...proposal submitted to the Boston Redevelopment Authority for the development of the Hadassah/Charles subparcel of parcel 1 of the Park Plaza urban renewal project opposite the Public Garden on Boylston Street; describes the project and gives cost estimates; includes pro formas, financing, information, a market study, background information on the development team together with examples of relevant past experience, redevelopers statement for public disclosure and financial responsibility, etc....
Keywords: Boston Hotel at the Garden, Boston (Mass.); Boston Plaza Hotel Associates; Development Projects; Hadassah / Charles Subparcel, Boston (Mass.); Hotels; Parcel 1, Park Plaza Urban Renewal Project, Boston (Mass.); Park Plaza Urban Renewal Project, Boston (Mass.)
|Downtown projects, status report - Boston Redevelopment Authority|
...describes ten projects that will generate jobs and new property tax revenues and recommends that they be approved; projects include: 500 Boylston St., Post Office Square (park and garage), Rowes and Foster Wharves, 99 Summer Street, 150 Federal Street, Ninety-Nine State Street, One Franklin Place, Arlington/Hadassah, 101 Federal Street and International Place; this item was in the BRA collection..
Keywords: 101 and 150 Federal Street, Boston (Mass.); 500 Boylston Street, Boston (Mass.); 99 Summer Street, Boston (Mass.); Arlington / Hadassah Development Project, Boston (Mass.); Development Projects; International Place, Boston (Mass.); Ninety nine State Street, Boston (Mass.); One Franklin Place, Boston (Mass.); Parks; Post Office Square, Boston (Mass.); Rowes and Fosters Wharf, Boston (Mass.); Wharves / Wharfs
|Nancy Sherman 13October2010 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Rachel)|
Nancy Sherman was interviewed on October 13, 2010 at the Yiddish Book Center. Nancy Sherman’s interview begins with a brief overview of her family’s history. As Nancy shares details of her maternal family’s arrival in the United States, she describes the success story of her great-grandmother who began as a worker in a sweatshop and eventually became an interior designer. Nancy then describes her life at the border of Queens and Long Island in New York...
Keywords: Family history and stories re. ancestors; Food and culinary traditions; Childhood; Yiddish language (feelings of/about; meaning; descriptions of); Yiddish learning; Literature; Post-vernacular uses of Yiddish; Immigration; Migration; and place; Career and Professional Life; Religion and ritual; Jewish holidays; Family traditions; Eastern Europe; United States; Yiddish Book Center; Roots/heritage; Assimilation; Travel; Kiev; Amherst; Brother's ashkenazi; Anna Margolin; Kadia Molodovsky; Leonard Bernstein; Aaron Lansky; Itzik Manger; Sholem Aleichem; Hadassah; Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project
|Lois Graber 28April2011 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Allie)|
Lois Graber, proud grandmother of 6, spoke about the great importance of transmission of Judaism to her children and grandchildren. She detailed her family background as well as that of her husband, a Holocaust survivor. Lois fondly recalled many stories of her family, including her motherâs familyâs involvement with the Yiddish theater in the Bronx. She especially lights up when recounting tales about her in-laws speaking Yiddish, and her mother in law calling her a treasure...
Keywords: Advice; Family history and stories re. ancestors; Childhood; Jewish Identity; Yiddish language (feelings of/about; meaning; descriptions of); Immigration; Migration; and place; Other Jewish languages; Theater; Holocaust; Religion and ritual; Family traditions; Jewish holidays; Israel; Zionism; Soviet Union; United States; Transmission (intergenerational; cultural; social... parenting); Roots/heritage; Anti-Semitism; children/grandchildren of (Yiddish personalities); Travel; Jewish community (descriptions of place and social dynamics in a particular time); Music; Sharon; MA; Bronx; NY; Hadassah; 1950s; 1980s; Young Men's Hebrew Association (YMHA); Young Women's Hebrew Association (YWHA); Russia; Catskills; Dudu Fisher; Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture
|Eva Brown 31January2012 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Emily)|
Eva Brown was interviewed on January 31, 2012 by Sandra Rubin at the Yiddish Book Center. To learn more about the Wexler Oral History Project, visit: http://www.yiddishbookcenter.org/tell-your-story
Keywords: Holocaust; World War Two; Western Europe; United States; Family history; stories about ancestors; Childhood; Education; Career and Professional Life; Music; Summer camp; Jewish Identity; Immigration; Migration; Anti-Semitism; Jewish community; Other languages; Jewish education; Synagogue; shul; temple; Eva Metzger-Brown; Eva Brown; Child Survivor; Psychology; Psychologist; Trauma; Germany; France; Kristallnacht; Casablanca; New York City; Manhattan; Queens; Amherst MA; Jewish Community of Amherst; 1930s; 1940s; German; French; Hadassah; Bat Mitzvah; Divorce; Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture
|Carol Wise - 8-Jul-2007 - Katrina's Jewish Voices - Jewish Women's Archive|
Carol Wise, a real estate agent and fundraiser for Jewish causes, was interviewed on July 8th, 2007, by Rosalind Hinton. The interview focuses on her experiences of displacement during Hurricane Katrina and her changing ideas of community after she returned home, particularly the heightened importance of Jewish community survival in New Orleans. Her contributions to the rebuilding effort included installing playgrounds and restarting a child care program, Success By 6, with the United Way...
Keywords: Jewish Women's Archive (Brookline; Mass.); Jewish Community Center; Shopping malls; Hurricane Katrina; 2005; Reimer; Gail Twersky; Touro Synagogue (New Orleans; La.); Jewish identity; United Way; Nagin; Ray; 1956-; AmeriCorps (U.S.); Rotary Club; UJC; United Jewish Appeal; Mardi Gras (Festival); Hadassah; the Women's Zionist Organization of America; Hillel Foundation; National College of Education (Evanston; Ill.); Korean War; 1950-1953; Integration; Racial; Exodus 1947 (Ship); JCC; Hurricane protection; Success by Six Initiative (Vt.); Real estate agents; Tulane University; Sophie Newcombe Preparatory School; Nancy Sternoff; Women’s Professional Council; Jewish education
|Julie Wise Oreck - 2-July-2007 - Katrina's Jewish Voices - Jewish Women's Archive|
Julie Wise Oreck, a ‘fifth-generation Louisiana Jew’ and philanthropist, was interviewed on July 2, 2007 by Rosalind Hinton. The wife of Marshall Oreck, an executive at the Oreck vacuum corporation, she has served on the boards of many Jewish organizations, particularly those supporting Israel advocacy, youth causes, and education. Displaced from her home by the flooding after Hurricane Katrina, she traveled to Houston with her mother and two daughters, where they stayed in a hotel for weeks...
Keywords: Jewish Women's Archive; Hurricane Katrina, 2005 Personal narratives; Hurricane Katrina, 2005 Press coverage; Hurricane Katrina, 2005 Political aspects; Jews Louisiana; Touro Synagogue (New Orleans, La.); Oreck family; Philanthropy; Christmas tree; Temple Sinai (New Orleans, La.); Jewish Community Center; Haggadah; United Jewish Appeal; United Jewish Communities; American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; AIPAC; Orthodox Judaism; Holocaust; Manor, Ehud Anecdotes; Intifada, 2000-; Andover (Academy); Natural disasters; SPCA; Levees; Tulane University; Fundraising; Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America; Chabad; Telushkin, Joseph, 1948-; Hillel Foundation; National Council of Jewish Women; Lee, Spike; Flood insurance claims; Superdome (New Orleans, La.); Child care; Serotta, Edward; Hebrew University (Jerusalem); Maccabiah Games; Reconstructionist Judaism; Suicide; Levees; Reform Judaism; Abivale; Isidore Newman School; Jewish Assimilation; Otzma; Israeli media; Torah Academy, New Orleans; Tikkun olam; Lion of Judah conferences; National Young Leadership Cabinet; Israel and Overseas Pillar (organization); Beit Shemesh; fear of rape; Jewish Endowment; Institute of Southern Jewish Life; Oral History; Rosalind Hinton; Hurricane Katrina; New Orleans; Julie Wise Oreck
|Richmond ReView (Volume Vol. 5, No. 3)|
Richmond District, Seacliff, Laurel Heights, and Presidio Heights neighborhood newspaper
Keywords: Brophy, Lori; My favorite cop; Carjackings; Comm./Forum; City College; ESL program at Lincoln; Coronet Theater; closed for remodeling free; Cuadra, Sandy; Environmental officer; Demolition Control Ordinance, Residential Rezoning, Demolitions: Planning Code rewrite; housing activists angered over latest plan; Elections; Mixed results; Environmental Officers, Sandy Cuadra; Fort Point; candlelight exploration; Fourth Trimester; Geary Blvd. Merchants Association; Blvd. cleanup; George Washington H.S. Eagles; lose rematch w/Galileo for championship; Hadassah; fighting for persecuted Jews; History; Public Health Hospital in 1874 free; Jacoby/Chatham, Laura; Kozak gets merchant award, Senior Action Network, Plough & the Stars play; Jordan, Mayor, Police Chief; $200,000 HUD grant for SEED; Lee, John M; rumor Demo. pres. weaken RE market; Mervyn's; grand opening; Mosher, Mark; Time to build bridges w/neighborhood; P.G.&E; Power out in District; Perrigan, Dana; A cold day in my apartment; Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS); starts Asian counseling services; Richmond Hills Manor Family Center; Feature w/profiles; Richmond Police (Station); Brophy, My favorite cop,; Richmond Police (Station); Officer (Yip) shoots attacker; Ryder, Joanne; wrote Dancers in the Garden; Sacramento Street Merchants Association; Street party; Schikore, Karla; YMCA vol. of the year; Seniors; Gold Card; St. Anne's Senior Home; Christmas boutique free; St. Mary's Hospital and Medical Center; new CEO Mary Ann Thode; Tyson, Eric; Homeowner retirement decisions; Water Reclamation project; meetings start; YMCA (Richmond); vol. of year (Darla Schikore)